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The Tanjung Benoa Beach Resort

4.0 stars

bali beaches, indonesia

Make memories that will last a lifetime in Bali, the island endearingly known as the Island of the Gods. With beautiful sandy beaches, dramatic scenery, a rich culture and incredibly welcoming people you’ll soon see why this stunning spot is considered paradise. The Tanjung Benoa Resort is located near the tip of the Tanjung Benoa peninsula in the stunning Nusa Dua region, next to a pristine stretch of beach. Enjoy the luxurious facilities of the hotel including a state-of-the-art spa and two pools, try South East Asian or international delicacies, and relax in a peaceful traditional Balinese setting. A great centre for water sports or simply soaking in the sun, you also have easy access by taxi to Bali’s famous nightlife and cultural centres.

  • H The Tanjung Benoa Beach Resort

    Hotel in Bali Beaches resort

  • A Ngurah Rai International Airport

    Airport in Denpasar city

£749 per person

Special Offer £300 off Nov 24 2018 - Oct 31 2019
Price for 7 nights, 2 Adults flying 22 January 2019 from Gatwick with Cathay Pacific
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Departing 22 January 2019
Staying for 7 nights
Passengers 2 adults

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Price for 7 nights, 2 Adults flying 22 January 2019 from Gatwick with Cathay Pacific

Treat yourself to a luxurious beach break in beautiful Bali

Indonesia and Bali, Figures and Facts

Climate (Tropical)

Average °C 282727282827272626272727
Minimum °C 242424242423232222232323
Maximum °C 313030313130302929303131
Sunshine (hours) 888810109101010109
Rain (cm) 101310954452577
Average Rainfall Days 16201817117531138

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